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GAA: Galway shock All-Ireland champions Dublin to reach semi-finals

Galway have caused the shock of the championship with a 0-17 to 0-16 win over Dublin to defeat the defending All-Ireland champions.

It will be the first year since 2009 that Dublin are not in the semi-finals of the championship, as Galway dug deep to come from behind for victory in Croke Park.

Dublin got off to a quick start with 0-6 to 0-2 lead after 13 minutes.

Galway, with five points from Shane Walsh in the first half, kept in touch with Dublin, as the All-Ireland champions went into the interval with a 0-11 to 0-7 lead.

They could not keep this up in the second half however, with just four points in the next 30 minutes.

Galway twice levelled the game, first through Céin Darcy in the 60th minute, and Dylan McHugh in the 64th minute to make it 0-15 each.

Johnny Heaney then put Galway ahead in the 66th minute, followed by a score from Tomo Culhane.

Con O'Callaghan reduced it to one, but Galway held on for a famous victory.

Earlier on Saturday, Armagh were the first team into the All-Ireland Football semi finals.

Goals in each half from Barry McCambridge and Conor Turbitt gave the Orchard County a 2-12 to 12 point win over Roscommon.

Roscommon played the majority of the game with 14 men after a first half red card for Ruaidhri Fallon.

In a tight first half, McCambridge's goal in the 19th minute and the red card for Fallon in the 34th minute were the crucial moments of the game, as Armagh took a 1-3 to 0-4 lead into the interval.

Despite being a man down, Roscommon kept the pressure on Armagh, with Conor Cox leading the charge with five points.

Armagh's second goal came from Turbitt in the 51st minute, as they held on to reach the last four.

The final round of group matches in the Glen Dimplex All Ireland Camogie